ROLE OF EUROPEAN MOBILITY AND ITS IMPACTS IN NARRATIVES, DEBATES AND EU REFORMS

COMPAS, University of Oxford

The University of Oxford’s Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS) is an inter-disciplinary research centre within the University of Oxford. Since 2003 it has established an international reputation for original, high quality research that foregrounds policy and public relevance and engagement. COMPAS research covers a spectrum of global migration processes and phenomena, in particular in relation to migration and the labour market, migration and urban change, and the analysis of migration in the media and public opinion.

The REMINDER project also involves staff from the Centre for Health Service Economics & Organisation and the Department for Continuing Education.

http://www.compas.ox.ac.uk/

Profiles

Carlos Vargas-Silva

Principal Investigator (PI)

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Will Allen

COMPAS researcher

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Esther Arenas-Arroyo

COMPAS researcher

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Scott Blinder

COMPAS senior researcher

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Osea Giuntella

COMPAS researcher

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Yvonni Markaki

COMPAS researcher

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Chiara van Praag

Project Manager (on maternity leave)

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Xanthe Ashburner

Project Manager

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Robert McNeil

COMPAS Researcher & Head of Media and Communications

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Catia Nicodemo

Research fellow, Centre for Health Service Economics & Organisation

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Cinzia Rienzo

COMPAS researcher

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Madeleine Sumption

Policy Coordinator

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Zovanga Kone

COMPAS Researcher

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Latest Tweets

For thousands of years people have migrated from one place to another. 🌍
On #InternationalMigrantsDay we reaffirm our commitment to protect their human rights, to prevent perilous irregular journeys and ensure opportunities for legal and safe pathways instead. 🕊️ #MigrationEU

"Nearly 30 years after the demise of state-socialism, journalism loyal to the government is on the rise again." Here's what our @EU_REMINDER research tells about migration reporting in Central-Eastern Europe: https://t.co/RN2gCsio8U

Research from @EU_REMINDER shows that media discourses on migration are largely shaped by political influences in Romania, Hungary and Slovenia https://t.co/UdJKUhZqXW

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